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Wiring diagram I am looking for a wiring diagram for an eneroyal furace that has honeywell controls it has a 24v transformer and relay set up with this lettering configuration on it C R Y G W

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C--=common r-red=power y-yellow=cool g-green=fan w-white=heat..!

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